Summary: This is my second camera that b and h has sent me the first had dead pixelsAnd this one dose to. But I did a pixel compensation in the camera and fixed itThis is a common problem with jvc cameras[...
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Durable, Great Features, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Versatile
Summary: This camera has the features that I was looking for. The fixed earpiece is abit aukward, but a seperate headset works fine. I was looking for a broadcast quality camera, and the price was within my budget.
Summary: JVC GY-HD200UB so far is the best camera I have ever used. Cristal and very contrast image, perfect, sharp and very natural colors put this camera together with high end broadcasting cameras. When I broadcast my production with HD Canon, Panasonic AG-HVX 200, it is easy to see that production was made with consumer camcorder. Production made with my new JVC it is difficult to distinguish the quality of JVC from $32,000 Sony XDCAM.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Durable, Great Features, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Simple Controls, Versatile
Summary: I use this camera primarily for shooting short films and commercials and I absolutely love it. I upgraded from the 100 to the 200, and the 60p format alone was worth the extra money. The focus assist feature is amazing and makes focusing much less of a hassle when you don't have a lot of time. Overall, a fantastic camera.
Pros: Durable, Great Features, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Simple Controls
Summary: Once you've gotten your head around the ratrher complex menu features and the instruction manual as a whole, you will find it's a great new toy! The "B" version allows for 1080i recording (with the firestore HD) in addition to its native 720p mode. The 24frame setting is especially great for the guerilla filmmaker who wants to go to the big screen.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Durable, Great Features, Great Picture Quality, Versatile
Summary: I use this camera for a variety of productions. I've used it for TV commercials, live events, corporate films, you name it. The best thing about this camera is how comfortable it is when it is shoulder-mounted and the ease and locations of the controls. Picture quality can be stunning. Also, the ability to shoot in SD or HDV and the ability to shoot to hard drive and tape at the same time.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Direct to Edit, Durable, Great Sound, Tape, Versatile